Explore Academic Programs - Communication and Media Technology

Recognizing the best learning environments are not limited to classrooms, Central Texas College uses a proven approach to help prepare students for success. An emphasis on classroom instruction, campus media opportunities and career preparation represents the core of our educational philosophy. Most importantly, CTC provides the opportunities and resources of a large university with the personalized feel and support of a small school.

The department trains students for careers in the telecommunications industries and our overarching goal is to prepare informed, responsible professionals for leadership roles in telecommunications and to conduct research and outreach that improves the functioning of telecommunications in modern society.


Careers, Potential Earnings & Market Growth Rates

Audio/video Equipment Technician

Median Wages: $42,230 annually

Market Growth Rate: Faster than average

Film and Video Editor

Median Wages: $62,760 annually

Projected Growth Rate: Much faster than average

Producer and Director

Median Wages: $70,950 annually

Projected Growth Rate: Faster than average

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Degrees and Certificates

Delivery Mode

Associate of Arts

Communication and Media Technology

60 credit hours, two years full time. Designed to be transferred to a four-year college or university

Contact the Department

Office: 254-526-1176

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 Communication and Media Technology